While at a gay pride event, I saw a humorous shirt and bought it, simply because I thought it was funny. It states: "I'm not gay, but my husband is."
I figured the people at my church, who know my marital status would appreciate it, since many of us were there for the event. However, I also spent quite a bit of time explaining the distinctions within the community (which is itself a misnomer, since they really don't hang out together).
People kept saying "I don't get it." Does anyone here understand what the "Q" designates? (I do, since I had to explain it so many times). If there's confusion here, or someone doesn't understand the difference between the other terms, I'll answer my own question.